Ep. #16, Contentful: An API-First CMS Featuring Stefan Judis occasional teacher and organizer of CSS classes Berlin. & Rouven Wessling & /

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Brian Douglas posted this on July 6, 2017

In the latest episode of JAMstack Radio, I invite Stefan Judis and Rouven Wessling to discuss Contentful, a developer friendly API-first CMS.

They explain the benefits of decoupling your website’s content from its presentation, including better cross-platform support. With Contentful, you are completely free to write your site in the language you want, while the service takes care of the CMS backend, storing and versioning your data, and backing everything up.

If you are curious how you can use Contenful check out a post written on Contentful’s blog, Dynamic product management in a static e-commerce workflow.

Brian Douglas is a Developer & Advocate at Netlify.

Stefan Judis is a Developer Evangelist at Contentful. Stefan is also the organizer of the Web Performance Group Berlin and

Rouven Wessling is a Developer Evangelist at Contentful. Rouven is also an Open Source aficionado who worked as Developer at keenlogics GmbH.

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